When you purchase your $100 ticket from the Foundation for Clovis Schools, they receive every penny from the sale!

CALL (559) 327-9095 TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET

On each high school campus, there are students who face extreme obstacles that could easily affect their performance at school – but somehow they don’t let challenges get in their way. These are students who don’t expect to be rewarded for persevering through difficult times. They are “heroes in everyday life.” We call them “Students of Promise.”

The Foundation for Clovis Schools recognizes juniors in high school who are attending school on a regular basis, showing responsibility, and succeeding in school in spite of very challenging situations in their personal lives. Every student selected for recognition is eligible to receive a $1,500.00 scholarship once they graduate from high school and enroll in a four-year college, a community college or a technical school. To date more than $300,000 has been awarded to Students of Promise.

Some of the challenges that students have faced are: homelessness, foster care, abuse, critical illness, teen pregnancy, death of parents and more.

Each spring, at an “Academy-Award” style event, Students of Promise are recognized in front of parents, school faculty and administration and business leaders. A video is shown of students telling their stories and counselors and teachers sharing why the student s were nominated. As one long-time Foundation supporter commented, “As I listened to these young men and women tell their stories, my heart was breaking. But, at the same time, I was inspired. I am in awe that these young people are so wise, so caring and have such high hopes for the future. What am amazing program the Foundation has created. Bless all of you.”

As one Student of Promise said when accepting her award, “I never dreamed I would ever be recognized for anything. I was just doing what I needed to do and what was right. This makes me want to try even harder. I’m going to make you proud that you selected me for this award.”

 When you purchase your $100 ticket from the Foundation for Clovis Schools, they receive every penny from the sale!

CALL (559) 327-9095 TO PURCHASE YOUR TICKET

On each high school campus, there are students who face extreme obstacles that could easily affect their performance at school – but somehow they don’t let challenges get in their way. These are students who don’t expect to be rewarded for persevering through difficult times. They are “heroes in everyday life.” We call them “Students of Promise.”

The Foundation for Clovis Schools recognizes juniors in high school who are attending school on a regular basis, showing responsibility, and succeeding in school in spite of very challenging situations in their personal lives. Every student selected for recognition is eligible to receive a $1,500.00 scholarship once they graduate from high school and enroll in a four-year college, a community college or a technical school. To date more than $300,000 has been awarded to Students of Promise.

Some of the challenges that students have faced are: homelessness, foster care, abuse, critical illness, teen pregnancy, death of parents and more.

Each spring, at an “Academy-Award” style event, Students of Promise are recognized in front of parents, school faculty and administration and business leaders. A video is shown of students telling their stories and counselors and teachers sharing why the student s were nominated. As one long-time Foundation supporter commented, “As I listened to these young men and women tell their stories, my heart was breaking. But, at the same time, I was inspired. I am in awe that these young people are so wise, so caring and have such high hopes for the future. What am amazing program the Foundation has created. Bless all of you.”

As one Student of Promise said when accepting her award, “I never dreamed I would ever be recognized for anything. I was just doing what I needed to do and what was right. This makes me want to try even harder. I’m going to make you proud that you selected me for this award.”